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All-Round Champion

All-Round Champion

  • Premiered: 
    March 19, 2020
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  • Network: BYUtv
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Based on the Norwegian TV series (All Round Champion) 
  • Subject Matter: Talent
  • Tags: sports

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Plot Synopsis

Hosted by Olympian and world champion hurdler Perdita Felicien, ALL-ROUND CHAMPION is a non-elimination competition series that features 10 young athletes from a variety of disciplines who compete in each other's events, with the support of guest mentors. Scored on skill, sportsmanship and improvement, the athlete with the most points at the end is crowned the All-Round Champion. Past winners include: Brodie (Season 1); Gage (Season 2).

In Season 1, young athletes from sports like wakeboarding, gymnastics and skateboarding competed against each other in 11 competitions, as they vied for the crown of All-Round Champion. Guest mentors for the inaugural season included: 12-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin in swimming, Olympic gold medalist Laura Wilkinson in diving, Donny Robinson in BMX, Jessica Phoenix in equestrian jumping, Alicia Sacramone Quinn in gymnastics, Darin Shapiro in wakeboarding and Nick Troutman in white-water kayaking.

Premiering Tuesday, September 22, 2020 on BYUtv, Season 2 of ALL-ROUND CHAMPION brings together 10 of North America's most decorated young winter athletes to compete in the ultimate winter sports competition. The catch? They won't be competing in their own sports; they'll be competing in each other's. Athletes for the second season include: Caiyla Shaw, gold medalist figure skater; Estella Hassrick, national champion ski jumper; and more. Season 2 competitors are: Evan (cross-country skiing); Rajan (curling); Ellyn (dog mushing); Caiyla (figure skating); Gage (freestyle skiing); Sloane (ice climbing); Caitlyn (luge); Estella (ski jumping); Tristan (snowboarding); and Adam (speed skating).

The third season of ALL-ROUND CHAMPION debuted on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at 8pm ET/5pm PT on BYUtv. Season 3 competitors include (with primary sport): Siena (sports climbing), Chandra (inline skating), Phoebe (dance), Emanuel (soccer), Sierra (boxing), Aaron (track cycling), Jai (trampoline), Gabi (tennis), Lacee (pole vault), and Carter (gymnastics).

Season 4 of ALL-ROUND CHAMPION debuted on Tuesday, September 7, 2021 at 8pm ET/5pm PT on BYUtv. Competitors for this season are: Elle (hurdles); Claire (hockey); Noah (boardercross); Jabreel (fencing); Sabrina (artistic swimming); Nathanael (ninja warrior); Damiyah (power lifting); Rebecca (alpine skiing); Liesel (karate); and Chace (snow kiting).
ALL-ROUND CHAMPION returned for its fifth season on Sunday, January 15, 2023 at 8pm ET/5pm PT on BYUtv. For the first time in series history, Season 5 features a cast fully comprised of para-athletes -- competitors with physical disabilities. However, true to the format, they won't be competing in their own sports; they'll be competing in each other's to see how proficient they can become in a new sport in a short period of time. To reach this goal, they must excel beyond their own expectations. They must learn new skills, persevere, overcome their own physical and mental limits, and most importantly, adapt their abilities to the sport and the sports' equipment. The athlete with the most points at the end of the season will be crowned the All-Round Champion! Host Perdita Felicien is joined by some of the sports stars include Britain's most successful Paralympic sailor, Helena Lucas; four-time Paralympic swimming gold medalist, McKenzie Coan; 31-time Canadian track champion, Josh Cassidy; and Matt Scott, a two-time Paralympic champion in wheelchair basketball and the first disabled athlete featured in a Nike commercial. The athletes and their sports this season are Brayden Butler (Climbing), Bradley Pedrick (Sailing), Dominic Demaio (Rowing), Gurnoor Chouhan (Goalball), Jackson Atwood (Wheelchair Basketball), Lily Brook (Adaptive Boxing), Maggie Manning (Sledge Hockey), Momo Sutton (Swimming), and Samantha Fraser (Track).


Production & Distribution

  • Produced by marblemedia